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Thursday 11/15/12

El Nino-Southern Oscillation Effects on the Canadian Prairies
El Nino-Southern Oscillation can have an important effect on winter precipitation and temperatures across the Canadian Prairies. With the expected neutral ENSO for the winter, can we expect to see an upswing in precipitation?[Read Full Blog Post]
Posted at 10:18AM CST 11/15/12 by Doug Webster | Post a Comment
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DTN issuing a winter outlook for 2012-2013 or has it been issued already?
Posted by Rick S at 8:32PM CST 11/15/12
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